Tackling Autism Through Early Intervention Preschool
“Early Intervention Preschool is a great way to get acquaint any child with a classroom atmosphere. For a child with Autism, it can provide the early intervention training they need to succeed.” - Gregory Ruel.
Portland, Maine — As late as 30 months old, some children are stuck trying to communicate with no language, ability to play in addition to fostering a compulsion to clear every surface in sight. The child might throw items over his shoulder off of a table, shelf, container, etc. and that includes food and beverage) due to sensory issues, and the tendency to bolt full speed out of any room. These are all behaviors commonly associated with autism.
These children may have motor planning delays and can’t look at a ladder on a playground and know to climb it or a slide may have no meaning to a child on the spectrum. Often these children have insecurities about their feet being off the ground, and it’s difficult to use a swing without panic setting in. These reactions are common in children with autism.
Early Intervention Pre-School can be critical in helping a child on the Autism Spectrum. One fantastic resource is Easter Seals, which provides programs and services to children and youth with physical disabilities. Financial assistance is also available through the special education services.
Gregory Ruel (Portland, Maine)
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